170: Edgewood Center

With origins from the 1850s, the former Protestant Orphanage still serving children in new ways in the Parkside District.
Outside Lands San Francisco - Apr 23, 2016

170: Edgewood Center 170: Edgewood Center

pictured:Edgewood Center Campus, circa 1950

Edgewood, on Vicente Street at 29th Avenue, was formerly an orphanage.
Courtesy of Edgewood Center for Children and Families.

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